Expanding further into the lifestyle category, creative director Deborah Lloyd showed a Kate Spade collection that featured clothes, accessories, outdoor entertaining merch — from hammocks and pool floats to melamine servingware — and a new swimwear collaboration with Malia Mills. Much of it was done up in Florence Broadhurst’s bold prints, continuing on a deal the firm struck last year with Helen and David Lennie, who own the rights to the Australian artist’s works.

Expanding further into the lifestyle category, creative director Deborah Lloyd showed a Kate Spade collection that featured clothes, accessories, outdoor entertaining merch — from hammocks and pool floats to melamine servingware — and a new swimwear collaboration with Malia Mills. Much of it was done up in Florence Broadhurst’s bold prints, continuing on a deal the firm struck last year with Helen and David Lennie, who own the rights to the Australian artist’s works.

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